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, the eccentricity -- for me, eccentricity is very chic and it is what i love. it is so much about the good taste, which paralyzed. it is still a city where everybody meets profession, sure, but it is sad that you did not seek only may be in the young people, but you do not see when people are in the rain, let's say, in society, like having the joy to address. like you have to be like the color of the street of paris. you ought not to be remarkable. it is very demanding of the people. so i said to the people, no, we have to be like everyone else. in london, it was completely different, and it still is. more distance that makes them, for me, more fascinating than the french. >> we want to take questions from the audience, but i did just want to ask you a quick question about your work in movies because that has been so extraordinarily exceptional. i think probably a lot of people -- i know you have been to the academy of arts and all the students, but i wonder how many people in this audience know how involved you have been in the performing arts doing costumes. with whom has it been the you have
totally get it. i love it. it's funky, eccentric and odd. >> it's for sale. >> see where and see who's behind it next. >> a christmas gift for the techi nerd in your life. >> there's a little something of goop or whatever. >> see what's on our list, "right this >>> guys, i think i have found the must have but also relatively unknown holiday gift of the season. the only thing is you have to go to sweden to get one. check this out. this is a commercial for this product. guy and a girl having a little coffee, latte on a bench, get up, jackets come off. shirts come off. oh, boy. pants come off. these guy and gal are completely nude. >> like the perfect gift. i was looking for something like this. >> this isn't the gift but it's close. as you see they're walking around here, the streets just have shoes on, high fiving and that pixelated affect over their private parts. eventually as they go on, they put some pants on, that keep the pixilation going. you can see there, these look like underwear they're wearing that have sort of a pixelated graphic over the his and her naughty areas. you co
i've never forever. very different. really rich and eccentric. if he was rich, he would say eccentric eccentric. the other guy is on here all the time, matt kibby. >> who's the good guy, who's the bad guy in this fight? >> they each would say i am, but it's becoming very -- >> a guy with a gun, armed guard and telling everybody to get out. >> that story obviously came about because people wanted that out and wanted to make dick armey look like a complete madman. but the report, i spoke to dick armey and the guy with the gun. he's a former capitol hill police officer who dick armey has used time and time again as a private security guy when he's in washington. the guy volunteers his services. >> why did i need him in that moment? >> they knew it was going to be a contentious meeting. >> his wife and assistant said, bring bo along just in case the freedom works guys go ballistic. and the thing is, bo singleton who's the name of the guy. >> what was he going to do with the gun? >> he's done private security at freedom works to begin with. they knew him. it wasn't like they didn
of $6.8 million. rumors are that the eccentric wilson, who is recovering from his 2nd tommy john surgery, would like to play in la with the dodgers >> good night, everybody.
we are regular people promoting body acceptance and we are a harmless group of eccentrics. a small mawpive group is controlling supervisor wiener. mr. wiener has made this bargain. if there has to be a nudity ordinance let the people of san francisco decide if they lose the freedoms in a open initiative process and whether they're for tolerance and body freedom or else kill this legislation now. this is san francisco. people all around the world consider us a beacon for acceptance and tolerance and center for free thought. this is america, land of the free. this kind of legislation can't happen here, can it? thank you. >> next speaker. >> hi i am she'lly tenny. i am a lifetime resident of the castro and i intend to raise my kids here and it's about the neighborhood and i agree with the supervisor and the captain the situation has gotten completely out of control. i want to walk down the street and buy a carton of milk without seeing someone's penis. thank you. >> next speaker. >> desmond perrado resident of castro. what marry an singleton moved she explained herself. "i
knees together, but also the position of the head - a very alert, peculiar, eccentric position of the head, sort of away from the body, seemingly to emphasize that sense of the block of the stone. the "stoniness" - that's the word he used - the stoniness, the blockiness, the sort of rough eloquence of ancient mexican statuary. (narrator) in 1930, moore wrote: "the sculpture that moves me most is full-blooded and self-supporting. its forms are completely realized and work as masses in opposition. it is strong and vital, giving off something of the energy of great mountains." (narrator) with success came increased self-assurance. in the summer of 1929, he married irina radetzky. moore stopped teaching and began to concentrate on his own work, and he sought out the leaders of surrealism. he met pablo picasso in paris. the ideas underpinning works like picasso's figure carrying a stone began to filter into moore's sensibility, emerging as the four-piece composition. alberto giacometti was also an influence. the swiss sculptor was exploring an abstract style - part biology, part geo
a hermit, an eccentric, a human who loves nature above all else. he and his 22 dogs have taken up residence in an old cat and on the edge of the forest. his nearest neighbors are several kilometers away. he is a keen collector of simple folk art, but his real passion is monotony. >> monotony is my passion. i love monotony. i liked the monotonous. i live monotonously. i do not know if it is really the monotony. maybe it is the experience of being alone with nature. to me, it is a kind of lifestyle. >> it is 12 degrees celsius in his cabin, but only after he has fired up his would burner. we are his first visitors for over a week, and to celebrate the occasion, he cranks up his gramophone. >> if i went out into the woods right now and got eaten by the wolves, i would be happy. that is the circle of nature. i hate the idea of being buried in cemeteries. i want to die in the forest. i have bought a spade so when i am about to die, i will go out and bury myself. that is my plan. >> but if he lives to be 100, he's got some time to go yet. the afternoon is elk-spotting time. they are shy, but we'r
. >>> john mcafee, the eccentric software tycoon, was arrested in guatemala. he has been a fugitive from police in belize after the murder of his neighbor. >>> in philippines the death toll has increased to 350 and almost 400 people are missing so that number will go even higher. >>> and in new york city, a homeless man is facing charges of second degree murder in the death of a man who was pushed in front of an oncoming subway train. naeem davis is being held without bail and is due back in court on tuesday. >>> well, some optimistic news in the fight against breast cancer, a new study found that women who took the common estrogen blocking drug tamoxifen for ten years cut their chance of developing breast cancer in half. >>> well, what goes up must come down. that is not what apple investors want to hear. the iphone maker's stock continued to fall in extended hours trading after plunging more than 6% in the regular session for its worst single day decline since 2008. apple is down more than 20% since the september peak. >>> meanwhile, citigroup shot up on news of the company's cost-cutt
for the eccentric compute imagine nate the millionaire software guy john mcafee the man who is wanted for questioning about a murder of his neighbor. now there is word he plans to give a big news conference tomorrow. so what would this have to say? that's ahead. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. shareable data across 10 devices with uimited talk and text. by htc for $49.99. shown shep protesters in egypt cranked up the security barricades right outside cairo's presidential palace. according to the reporting of the associated press the egyptian president mohammed morsi had to sneak out the back door to avoid the crowding. this is a live look at demonstrations in cairo. hundreds of thousands have gathered night after night. rallying against president morsi's recent power grab. allies draft constitution one which would help him tighten his grip on power. earlier tonight it was far more chaotic. this was the scene outside that palace. police fired tear gas to try to break up the crowd. some reportedly chanted freedom or death. oth
've got. dick armey, i've known forr. he's really rich and eccentric. if he was rich, you'd say eccentric. the other guy is on here all of the time. who's the good guy? who's the bad guy? in this fight. >> i think they should say i achl. but it's become very bitter. >> but coming in with a gun, an armed guard and telling everybody to get out. >> that story obviously came about because people favorable wanted to get that out and make dick armey look a a complete madman. i spoke to dick armey and a spoke to the guy with the gun. he's a former capitol hill police officer who dick armey has used time and time again as a private security guy. the volunteers his services. >> why did he need him in that moment. . >> they knew it was going to be a contentious meeting. so his wife and assistant said bring bo along just in case the freedom works guys go ballistic. the thing is -- >> what was he going to do with the gun? >> he's done private security for freedom works to begin with. it wasn't like they didn't know who he was. to me,the bigamist ri, why the washington post didn't say who it was. he
to help. >>> john mcafee, the eccentric typhoon has been arrested in guatemala for entering the country illegally. he has requested asylum. he's been a fugitive after the murder of his neighbor in november. >>> in the philippines, the death toll from that powerful typhoon increased to 350 and almost 400 people are still missing. that number will go even higher. >>> and in new york city, a homeless man is facing charges of second-degree murder in the death of a man who was pushed right in front of an on coming subway train. davis is being held without bail and due back in court on tuesday. >>> well what goes up must come down. that is not what apple investors want to hear. the iphone maker stock continued to fall in extended trading after plunging more than 6% in the regular session for the worst single day decline since 2008. apple is now down more than 20% since the september peak. >>> meanwhile, citigroup shot up on news of the company's cost cutting measures that will slash 11,000 jobs. >>> starbucks is expanding with plans to open 3,000 new cafes in u.s., mexico and canada. >>> a ne
. >>> internet security pioneer john mcafee is under arrest in guatemala. the eccentric founder of santa clara-based mcafee was taken into custody yesterday. he is a person of interest in the murder of a neighbor in belize. he had been in hiding but this week, he surfaced in guatemala to seek asylum. mcafee believes he is a victim of a government conspiracy in belize. >> the story has to get out. i have documentation that proves the intense corruption at all levels of the belize government. now that i'm in a safe place i can speak freely. >> mcafee's arrest was for entering guatemala illegally. he could face deportation back to belize. >> that is kuwait a story. >> bizarre. >> i guess. >> that's quite a story. >> bizarre. >> i guess. >>> state lawmakers get a great deal on improvements to cars they now own, new tires, gps upgrades. guess what. you paid for it. >> and glittering black marble. images of the earth like you have never seen before. coming your way. ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, rock using cloud- free night new weather >>> this is earth after hours in a big way. nasa constructed throbbing at o
has died. so good as playing eccentric supporting roles on broadway, he was a two-time oscar nominee best known for his roles in "the sting" and so many more. charles durning died yesterday of natural causes at his home here in new york. he was 89. >>> now to something we noticed about a lot of this year's oscar hopefuls that you might want to keep in mind before you head to the movies. you could fly from new york to ft. lauderdale in about the same time it takes to sit through "the hobbit." it's long. and many of this season's other blockbusters aren't too far behind. here's nbc's kristen dahlgren. >> reporter: they are epic productions, earning oscar buzz. >> shall we stop this bleeding? >> reporter: but this year's blockbusters have something else in common. you better block out three hours if you want to see one. as we approach the end of the year, hollywood's heavyweights are posting some hefty run times. "lincoln" clocked in as 2 1/2 hours. "le miserables" keeps audiences in their seats for 2:38. and "the hobbit" takes a whopping 2:49, almost three hours. >> they should all be
eccentric life in it believe some believe thin--accentor lifestyle and the central american country of belize... >> >> to jail! >> fugitive tech millionaire john mcafee arrested in guatemala. and now there is a report he suffered a mild heart attack in his cell. >> the former silicon valley entrepreneur is now being treated at a hospital while the guatemalan government decides whether to extradite him to belize for questioning in a murder case. kron four's grant lodes has been following this >> mcafee is the founder of the antivirus software company that bears his name. he sold it years ago and has been living what has been described as an eccentric when police there said they wanted to question him in a murder case, he ducked out of sight. after three weeks in hiding, he showed up in guatemala and asked for asylum. >> they are trying to arrest me to keep me from this press conference >> the web site vice.com was interviewing mcafee when he was taken into custody outside a luxury hotel in the capital, guatemala city. >> guatemalan jails have beds, dude and food. pretty awesome. i'm
and eccentric, he moved into a house in chelsea with a widow named sophia booth. courting anonymity, he was known to the locals as admiral booth. turner's response to criticism of the blurriness of his late works was to say that "atmosphere is my style." the novelist william makepeace thackeray noted that in rain, steam and speed, turner's epic depiction of the modern railway-- (reader) "he has made a picture with real rain, behind which is real sunshine, and you expect a rainbow every minute... all these wonders are performed with means not less wonderful than the effects are. the rain... is composed of dabs of dirty putty slapped on to the canvas with a trowel; the sunshine scintillates out of very thick, smeary lumps of chrome yellow." (narrator) john ruskin, the passionate boy defender of juliet and her nurse, was now a young man and convinced that turner was the great english painter. he bought turner's paintings-- including slavers-- and wrote essays in praise of them. (ruskin) "the noblest sea that turner ever painted... the fire of sunset falls along the trough of the sea, dying
. the eccentric computer titan john mac uh -- mcafee is in a detention center in guatemala after weeks of hiding in central america. they just denied his request for asylum, and now the request is whether he will face deportation to belize where he is a person of interest in the murder of his neighbor. you may know john mcafee created the anti-virus software that many of us have on our pc's and laptops. by most accounts he is an odd character. he is into psychedelic drugs and guns and aggressive dogs. last month police in belize found his neighbor shot to death. investigators want to qi mcafee about that, but all of a sudden he up and left. earlier this week he turned up in guatemala and the cops arrested him. john mcafee said his wife is in danger and it had nothing to do with the murder and the police in belize want him dead. all day he has been blogging about his ordeal writing, quote, i ask for a computer and one magically appeared. the coffee is excellent. phil keating in our florida newsroom. why did he go to belize in the first place? >> well, he went down there in 2008 basically probably
, thanks. the eccentric computer guru john mcafee is out of the hospital and back behind bars. you probably know the guy as the founder of the mcafee security software. he he founded it. got millions of computers nationwide hooked up to it police in guatemala caught him after weeks on the run. investigators in neighboringze y want to question him about a murder. yesterday the cops rushed him to it a hospital after he complained of chest pains back in belize. a neighbor there now judge may send mcafee back to belize to face questioning or report him back to the united states. the los angeles county corner has unsealed report for rap legend b.i.g. the most detailed account on the rapper death yesterday fatal bullet entered right hip. gunman fired four bullets into the 24-year-old. he was leaving a party in los angeles. hits death came months after somebody killed his former friend turned enemy to pack shakur in las vegas. both crimes are unsolved to this day. the lawyers for the family blasted the l.a.p.d. for not making an arrest in the case. he claims a former homicide detective on the forc
meredith -- an eccentric character but brave character -- sort of chafed at being guarded as we would guard him. not moving him around from point to point as we were advised by john door, my iconic civil rights hero and nicholas katzenbach. he was to have as much freedom as any other student. well, yes. but at the same time, there are deer hunters, and it was the season, and we had cop instant, we were constantly aware who might come up on to the campus, didn't look like a student, had a bent mind and a deer rifle, and we had to be constantly aware of that kind of threat to his life. he was a brave person. i was sitting in his dormitory room the first couple days reading the hate mail, the death threats. very accurate, very detailed. james, we know where you live, we know where your participants are -- parents are, we're going to kill you and we're going to kill your twins. he looked at me and said, lieu tempt, i'm late for my spanish class. let's go. that kind of courage stayed with him throughout my association with him. he never cracked, he never blinked. the students blinked. i should s
. do you call them eccentric? well prepared? >> if the world ends they are a genius. today they are like the guys who screamed about the millennium bug. no offense. i said can we do a live show where from 11:00 to 12:00 i go like this with a watch? it ain't gonna happen. i know you have to do what you want. it makes you comfortable. i think overprepared is the best word for it. >> overprepared. nearly every religion and culture has one thing in common, a doomsday scenario. do you think that's why so many people take these predictions seriously? >> listen, you said it right there. every religion no matter what they disagree on has the end of the world moment. almost every one of them. the answer is oddly in the fine print. that's the interesting part. who knows what will be next. there will be one that's next. i don't think it is because religion tells us. but we don't want to feel like we are a dumb animal that gets wiped out. we see it as judgment. that's what you see in religions. we want to feel someone is out there. there is nothing wrong with feeling like we are not al
was a renowned kind of eccentric, it appears, from the way that josephus describes him. but he seems to have had this quality of a kind of prophetic figure, one who was calling for change. so he is usually thought of as being off in the desert wearing unusual clothes-- a kind of ascetic almost. >> john is taking people out into the desert, crossing the jordan. he is recapitulating the exodus, and he is planting little, ticking time bombs of apocalyptic expectation all over the jewish homeland, waiting for god to strike, as it were. >> narrator: it was as john's disciple, the gospels say, that jesus submitted to the ancient jewish rite of baptism. >> the evidence that jesus was a follower of john is as strong as anything historians can find about jesus. the reason is a certain embarrassment in the texts, trying to explain why on earth would jesus be apparently inferior to john. if he goes and is baptized by john, then somehow we have to explain how that can happen. >> the gospels then go on to say that jesus was the one predicted by john. most contemporary scholars would see that to be a... a con
this was a clandestine meeting. very difficult to secure. this is a man who eccentric is a fair word. i know he was in disguise. >> sort of emerging from this bizarre bubble the last couple of hours trying to arrange this and this has been days in the making. we had -- passwords, code words, everything out of an old james bond film. you switch vehicles, get another vehicle, u-turns clearly designed to keep us confused and then the meeting spot, we don't really know where it was, but when we got inside, we watched this old man sort of creep past and i said that is john mcafee and it was because once we get into this room, in he walks and he begins shaking the white powder out of his hair, puts the cane down. it's le an inspector -- really unusual circumstances. and the man is terrified. it's very clear. i asked him if he had guns, he says no. i asked if he was on drugs, he says no, but he is very much in fear of his life. he thinks that authorities are closing in and he said his options are dwindling. >> thank you very much. reporting there has been chasing down this elusive, bizarre and very fr
-camera interview with eccentric millionaire john mcafee since he went on the run from police in belize. the name may be familiar. he created the computer antivirus software bearing his name. police in belize want to question mcafee about the murder of his neighbor nearly three weeks ago. just days before the murder, mcafee's dogs were poisoned to death and he had a dispute with the neighbor. for months he's only done phone interviews with the media. but just hours ago, cnn's own martin savidge found mcafee in belize in an elaborate disguise and he talked on camera. he joins us from belize with his exclusive interview. police have repeatedly said he has no fear of being harmed. why is he still on the run? how does he explain it? >> we heard from him many times while he's been on the run. this is the first time you see him and it makes all the difference in the world. and the conversation i had with him ranged from the stone-cold credible to the almost amazing and unbelievably crazy kind of story. and then it switches back to the credible again. i began by asking him the questions the authorities
into a somewhat boredom, boredom to the point that even he himself, james meredith and eccentric character but a brave character, sort of chafed at being guarded as we regard him. now not moving him around from point to point as we were advised by john dower, my iconic civil rights hero in the civil rights division and nicholas katzanbach. he was to have as much freedom as any other student. well, yes but at the same time there were deer hunters and it was the season and we had -- we were constantly aware of who might come up onto the campus, didn't look like a student, had a bent mind in a deer rifle and we had to be constantly aware of that kind of threat to his life. he was a brave person. i was sitting in his dormitory room for the first couple of days reading the hate mail, the death threats and very detail. james, we know where you live, we know where your parents are. we are going to kill you. we are going to kill your twins. i looked at james and i saidsaid, have you read this one? he looked back at me and he said lieutenent, i'm late for my spanish class, let's go. that bravery st
's important to keep in mind that the publishing is a very unpredictable and eccentric business. every book is a new startup. when you think about that. part of research, development, design and production, it is a marketing strategy, it is audio development. you can't sell a book by ewen mcewen with the same strategy you used to sell patricia cornwell. each unto itself. it begs the question when we put an ad in "new york times" come it's not like putting an advertisement for a honda or a cadillac. it is one book. it is not random house advertising on its books. it's one book. it's a very different and very subjective business, which means that you can only fit so much when it comes to marrying books to readers, books for which publishers pay a deal for. when i was at schuster, they paid $8 million, which had been a record number for ronald reagan's memoir, called american life. you know, the math as well as i do. you need to sell 4 million books. not just write a million dollars, you need to sell 250,000. the book actually sold about 300,000 copies. so it was a spectacular failure. because
afee took his money and moved to tropical belize, living an eccentric lifestyle on this ocean front compound. then three weeks ago his next door neighbor turned up dead. who do you think killed greg faull? >> how would i know? how would i know? >> reporter: police want him for questioning but the 67-year-old mogul went on the run. for weeks he and his 20-year-old girlfriend lived in closets and even burying himself in the sand and he add disguises. >> i had a cane. i was walking like this. i had my jaw stuffed with toilet paper. >> reporter: but his behavior in hiding quickly brought worldwide attention to him and his sanity. all the while he kept contact with some reporters. >> if i were a mad man -- how could i drn -- >> reporter: mcafee told abc news the police want him dead. the police said he is not a suspect. >> right here. >> reporter: now he is in guatemala hoping for asylum. he said he still has money and won't rule out going back to the u.s. matt guttmann, abc news, guatemala city. >>> a federal judge in new york says a suit by roman catholics against the new health care law can go
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of 2008, harry markopolos was an obscure financial analyst and mildly eccentric fraud investigator from boston who most people would never notice on the street. >> my modern greek hero. how you doing? >> kroft: but today he enjoys an almost heroic status, pursued by journalists and movie producers and honored by colleagues as the man who went to the securities and exchange commission and blew the whistle on bernie madoff and his $50 billion fraud. >> (blows whistle) thank you. thank you. please take your seats. >> kroft: but he seems uncomfortable with all the attention, and knows that he is no hero. >> i stand before you a $50 billion failure. (laughter) >> kroft: how many times did you send material to the sec? >> may 2000, october 2001, october, november, and december of 2005, then again june 2007, and finally april 2008. >> kroft: hmm. >> so five separate sec submissions. >> kroft: and in spite of all of the things that you did, it still ended up in disaster. >> there's nothing to be proud about in thise. i feel horrible about the result. it's been a total disaster for the victims.
. >> but it strikes me as a kind of intolerant attitude to the habits, foibles, eccentricities of other people. >> right. i would say i'm intolerable. >> [laughing] intolerable and intolerant. [laughter] >> no, i am. but i just can't be flexible on the policy. >> but lewis maltby, head of the work rights institute in princeton, new jersey, calls weyco's smoking ban a form of lifestyle discrimination. but he says it's perfectly legal in 20 states. and in most of america, a worker has virtually no rights at all. >> under the law in all but five states in america, your boss can fire you for any reason under the sun, including who you associate with after work, whether you're smoking or drinking in your own home, or a bumper sticker on your car, and you have no legal recourse. >> the boss at weyco says he fired those folk because smoking at home inevitably will cost him more for healthcare. >> the problem is, lots of things increase your healthcare cost-- smoking, drinking, eating junk food, not getting enough sleep, dangerous hobbies, skiing, scuba diving. if you allow employers to regulate priva
-long manhunt for an eccentric software giant. mcafee claimed he went on the run because he feared for his life and was the victim of overzealous police. >> the government sent 42 armed officers on to my property. they broke in, they stole, they killed my dog. they charged knee with every crime from running a laboratory without a license to hiring security guards without a license. bill: phil keating is live with more on this. how did police catch him. >> reporter: his own bizarre flap buoyancy and the gps locator in his cell phone. he has been living in hiding with a 20-year-old girlfriend mostly in central america of belize which is south of mexico's yucatan peninsula. he was relishing in the internet fascination with his disappearance. dyeing his hair, giving a few interviews. wearing disguises. he hoped for amnesty in guatemala. in the end he did not get. but he was defiant to the end. >> they are trying to arrest me for coming here illegally. bill: he was supposed to have a muse conference in guatemala i yesterday. that got delayed and it's not happening now. police in belize have not call
includes possible loss of principal. bill: the eccentric software millionaire john mcafee speaking out from a guatemala detention center asking to return back to the after being detained for the shooting death of a man in belize. steve harrigan live in miami on these allegations. and steve, what is the next move rather for mcafee? >> reporter: bill, right now he is fighting deportation. he doesn't want to get moved from guatemala back to belize. that is legal process that could take some months. his main goal is return eventually to the united states. >> what we're doing is filing a series of papers, a series of filings with the court to attempt to keep me here long enough for the world to see the injustice of sending me back to belize. i have dual citizenship. i would be happy to go to england. i would be happy to go to america. america is my home where he was raised and that is exactly what i want. >> reporter: mcafee claims his life would be in danger if he is returned to belize. he exposed corrupt government officials there, bill. bill: there have been some questions about his health, e
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